Kelly Clarkson Boldly Predicts 2024 Super Bowl Winner

The big NFL game takes place on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.
Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson.

With Super Bowl LVIII just over a month away, NFL fans are gearing up for the biggest football game of the year. Kelly Clarkson is getting in on the action, as the singer and television host officially made her prediction for which team will come out victorious on Feb. 11.

On Jan. 1, The Kelly Clarkson Show’s official Instagram account shared a clip in which the “Since U Been Gone” singer shared her pick.

“My heart says Cowboys, ’cause like we always say that,” she began. “But I do think the 49ers have a really good chance at not only being at the Super Bowl, but probably winning it.”

The comments section was fairly divided, where many of the show’s two million followers chimed in to share their own thoughts.

“My heart says Cowboys too haha,” one person concurred.

“Nope Buffalo Bills 💙❤️,” someone else declared.

“Baltimore ravens will win the whole thing,” another fan speculated.

“Cowboys won’t make it to the Super Bowl,” one user predicted. “I’m going with the 49ers this year. 🏈.”

“Let’s go 49ers❤️,” someone else cheered.

“Detroit Lions!” another football fan suggested.

Clarkson’s fans know she is a hardcore Cowboys fan. Last February, the 41-year-old mom of two donned a jersey-inspired dress for the 12th Annual NFL Honors ceremony, where she served as the event’s host. The gown, constructed by Wendi Williams-Stern, featured a voluminous skirt with players’ names across the front and along the train.

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Cara O’Bleness


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